Oo Poster Ideas:

O-Orange Pom Pom

Orange Pom Poms:

- Glue on orange pom poms.  If you have an assortment of pom pom colors, the activity of picking out only the orange pom poms becomes a great fine motor and visual perception/sorting activity.




- Glue ovals on the Oo Poster.




Additional Oo Poster Ideas:

- Glue cheerios or fruit loops on the Oo Poster.

- Paint or color with the color orange.

- Finger paint in circular motion.

- Orange Print (Thank you Shannon for this idea! )
Supplies Needed:  Orange Paint, an Orange, Construction Paper, Plate
Directions:  Cut your Orange in half and let it dry for approx. 30 minutes or more.  When the orange is ready, put a thin layer of orange paint on the plate and dip the cut side of the orange in the paint.  Stamp the orange around on the construction paper.

Oo Activities:

- Use a magazine to cut out items that begin with the letter Oo  Glue the pictures on the Oo Poster.

- Collect items for "My O Box" - Idea from My First Steps to Reading books

Oo Computer Activities:

Oo Computer Activity

Oo Books:

My O Book My "O" Book -  by Jane Belk Moncure - Be sure to use the phonetic sound of the letter and not just the letter name when reading the book. When we come to a letter, I have my child read the phonetic sound of each letter.

Charming Opal (Toot & Puddle) Charming Opal (Toot & Puddle) - This book is an example of the "long o" sound.

Tales of Oliver Pig

Olivia - This book is an example of the "long o" sound.

Harry the Dirty Dog Harry, the Dirty Dog - Short /o/ sound in "dog."

Oo Snacks and Foods:

Orange, Orange Jello
- Oatmeal, Oatmeal Cookies, Oats
- Oval-shaped cookies and crackers
- Cheerios, fruit loops and other round food

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